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   cantdropwontstop has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [less...]
   May-08-06 Vaganian vs Miles, 1974
cantdropwontstop: Very brilliant game by Miles!!
   May-08-06 J Kristiansen vs Miles, 1974
cantdropwontstop: Looks like Miles didn't want to play 25...f5, which is safe, but no advantage, then blundered again with 30...Qc7? ( 30...Qa5; 30...Qd5).
   May-08-06 Miles vs K Pytel, 1974 (replies)
cantdropwontstop: Miles is certainly very clever tactically after his bad opening (5 Bg2?) and one need to go to Skijbase to see what happens after 16...Bxf5: 17 Bxf5 Nxf5 18 Nxe4 Qe7 19 Nxc5 Qxc5 and now White just lifts himself up with 20 Qe4+! Kf7 and 21 Rfc1 when ...
   May-08-06 Miles vs Bisguier, 1973 (replies)
cantdropwontstop: 18...Rag8? The wrong rook! Yet who would expect 21 Nxd5+!! - lightning out of a clear sky sacrifice!
   May-08-06 G Kuzmin vs Miles, 1973 (replies)
cantdropwontstop: Kind of a scrappy game early on. 17 Rfc1! (the right rook) wins a pawn. Later, Kuzmin needlessly dumps an exchange on move 21 (21 Qxd8, for ex., is possible before 21 f3?), but then Miles doesn't simply retreat with 24...Rcc8! retaining a safe exchange,
   May-08-06 Miles vs Tal, 1974
cantdropwontstop: Tal is very clever here. 34 Bxc5 looks like it wins a pawn, but doesn't: 34 Bxc5 Bxc5 35 Qxc5 Qxc5 36 b8(Q)+ Kg7. White's 'extra' pawn has disappeared and become a queen, so he's not actually up a pawn! It looks roughly equal.
   May-08-06 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
cantdropwontstop: To do list after exiting (1) Check on dennis' appeal ("kozlowski" "appeal") (2) See if full text of "Keeping the Rabble in Line" is on Chomsky's site
   May-08-06 Rellstab vs Miles, 1973
cantdropwontstop: I guess 22 Bg4 is easily prevented ( 21...f5 ). Mile's looked rattled after allowing that, rather impulsively playing 23...d4.
   May-08-06 P Clarke vs Miles, 1973
cantdropwontstop: The bishop will go to h2 to attack the pawn. Of course, 75 Nb3?? was a greivous error (75 Nf3, when it's hard to see how Black wins) Curious that 35...Bd6 may have been the error on Mile's part that allowed all this. Instead, either 35...Qa7 or 35...Qe7 ...
   May-08-06 Miles vs Timman, 1974 (replies)
cantdropwontstop: Reverse Black's 12th and 13th (otherwise 14 exd6 wins a piece); White's 14th would then be 14 e5.
   Jan-31-06 Miles vs Yermolinsky, 1991
   Jan-31-06 Alexander V Ivanov vs Yermolinsky, 1990
   Jan-31-06 Yermolinsky vs Wolff, 1990 (replies)
   Jan-31-06 Browne vs Yermolinsky, 1990 (replies)
   Jan-31-06 Yermolinsky vs C Fang, 1990
   Jan-31-06 F Guido vs Yermolinsky, 1989
   Jan-31-06 Yermolinsky vs K Patzl, 1989
   Jan-31-06 Yermolinsky vs C Hart, 1989
   Jan-31-06 Yermolinsky vs B Belotti, 1989 (replies)
   Jan-31-06 Yermolinsky vs Tseitlin, 1988
   Jan-31-06 Yermolinsky vs Lputian, 1988
   Jan-31-06 Yermolinsky vs Kupreichik, 1988
   Jan-31-06 Ljubojevic vs Miles, 1986
   Jan-31-06 John Alan Grefe (replies)
   Jan-31-06 Reshevsky vs Korchnoi, 1970
   Jan-31-06 Korchnoi vs Reshevsky, 1970
   Jan-31-06 Korchnoi vs Reshevsky, 1968 (replies)
   Jan-31-06 Korchnoi vs Reshevsky, 1968 (replies)
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